Community of Powdersville, SC

Powdersville, SC is a fast growing area located in the tip of Northern Anderson County. Is is close to Easley and Greenville and includes Easley, Greenville and Piedmont addresses. It is not an incorporated area.

The business district is located primarily along and near the intersection of Hwy. 81 and Hwy. 153, just off I-85.

Taxes are paid in Anderson County.

Powdersville, SC
Powdersville in the news . . .

Powdersville News 2008

Waldrep, Greer exchange words prior to personnel meeting
Canes Corner robbed

CPST makes push in Powdersville
Sue Cleveland school finalist in national contest

School Board gets first look at new Powdersville High
District One seniors among State’s best on SAT
Out of gas moped stolen from road
Athletic programs to see facility upgrades
Southern Crescent returns to Spring Water Festival
School lunch, breakfast program policy announced
Powdersville residents oppose apartment complex
Three & Twenty precinct approves zoning
Help PERC with school supply drive
PERC to sponsor school supply drive
Three & Twenty referendum Aug. 12
New Council to handle internal audit, conditions
Deputies investigate thefts
Deputies investigate assaults, vandalism to vehicles
County Council to see new faces; voters show support for C. Wilson
Opportunity of a lifetime comes with flight in supersonic Russian jet 
Piercetown residents go without power
Veterans Cemetery dedication Friday
Republicans  plan stump meeting
Dickson hearing May 23
Candidate Interview - Rick Freemantle County Council District 6
Public hearings set for Three and Twenty zoning
Republicans  plan stump meeting
21 tons of food donated to needy
Large crowd turns or to hear County Republicans debate
Anderson County Sheriff’s report
Lines drawn in solicitor race
Seems to Me . . .Kissing babies
Cooper to receive honorary degree during Clemson commencement
Dickson hearing May 23
Blue Ridge Fest this weekend
Community in shock
Supplemental report
Cooper Park recycling center to open soon
Board names Powdersville High; approves construction timelines
County Council clears way for CPST to be on referendum
Wilson contributes to political campaigns
Day of Decision precedes Wren prom
Home school group offers support
Welcome or not? Owners paint different picture of landfill location
Voters say yes to building program
Tate returning to coach at Wren
Opposition growing for Slabtown C&D landfill
Opponents organizing to fight C&D landfill in Slabtown/Powdersville area
Local Capital projects list
Capital projects sales tax will fund Powdersville area improvements
Kindergarten registration Mar. 5
Road, sidewalk projects to be placed on capital improvement list
Agricultural consulting not an issue for Council member
Capital project tax to fund projects
Moss leaving Wren
Coopers donate organ to SCSDB
Fire Station Rd. bridge reopens
New Powdersville High coming to District One
Estimates presented on school building program
Proposed school additions, renovations and estimated costs
Road projects underway
Driver facing multiple charges


Looking Back 2007

County Transportation Committee funds projects
Cooper, O’Dell honored  for economic development
Zoning killed, spending in question
Building needs presented; District One School Board awaits price tag
Ron Wilson drops push for zoning changes
Vandals strike Wren stadium
Powdersville residents respond to District zoning proposal - Many do not support zoning
Daniel T. Cooper Library and Government Center opens
Powdersville Water opens new offices

Powdersville going from precinct zoning to District wide zoning
Powdersville residents ready for zoning
Focus groups provide feedback to District One School Board
Residential boom continues for area
Public invited to offer input on growth
PERC to join Piedmont Fire in helping needy this Christmas
Ron Wilson presents check to Wren Youth

Hospitality tax could fund county recreation program
Ribbon cutting held for sidewalk project
Safe Routes grant to promote walking, cycling, saftety at Wren
Shoplifters turn themselves in after drinking stolen beer
Discussions continue on one cent sales tax to fund road projects, others
PERC offers job bank for local area
Schools awarded Federal grant
Upton sings national anthem
Wren area grocery apparently on hold
District One approves new personnel, changes
SAT scores rank District among top 5 in state
Driver reports being hit from behind on interstate
Anderson One receives record number of EIA grants
Wren recognized by SREB
Competitive grants  being awarded locally
Groundbreaking held for Dolly Cooper Sports Complex
Veterans Cemetery will be named for Cooper Despite Governor veto
Residential development strong in this part of County
Upstate center of emerging Megapolitan area
State perspectives


11-year-old charged with CSC
FILOT discussions draw comments
County taking FILOT funding from schools to cover solid waste
Schools to feel effects of  FILOTs
Landfill reduction process shows promise
District One Board informed on FILOT, state report cards
School District One hears audit report
Teacher recovering from crash
PARD grants awarded
State grants allow park improvements
Wren FD receives grant
Schools locked down as deputies chase burglar
Residents begin vision process
Piedmont history to be on display
Voters to have many choices
Seems to Me . . .The last card
Candidates to file
District One registration, orientation begins this week
Adult Ed program gives workers a second chance
County admits dumping debris along Spearman Rd.
Wren sidewalk project delayed
Tri-County Ride for Meals Saturday
Miss South Carolina to be crowned Saturday
Bloom stores open
Piedmont budget receives final approval
Five from area are in Miss SC pageant
Local man charged in pawn shop slaying
Check presented for sidewalk project
Sidewalk Project may be finished before school starts|
Salkehatchie Camp returns to area
Powdersville Water District completes project
Angel Food Ministries, PERC offer food box
Wren Sidewalk Project receives funding
School budget includes 12.7 new teachers, salary increase
Dees hopes to continue serving Council District 6
Ron Wilson running for District Six seat
Freemantle challenging for District 6 seat
Powdersville recycling center ready for bids
Council Candidates state positions in forum
Deputies investigate various incidents
State budget passes full committee
Bonnes Amies sponsors Miss Piedmont, Miss Powdersville pageant
New grocery stores coming to area
District One Kindergarten registration March 1


Three area projects receive SCDOT grant funding

School District One in sound financial shape

Crossroads Family Practice opens in Powdersville
Wren sewer transfer could bring grocery store to area
Piedmont park to get swings, shelter
Wren sewer transfer could bring grocery store to area

(4405) Week of Nov. 2, 2005

Property purchase price more than reported

Grant awarded for new turnout gear

Veterans to be honored at Piedmont parade
Powdersville projects raise more questions
County officials announce plans for Powdersville government center
Piedmont considering park improvements, fee increases

Local runners pace Eagles Cross Country
Ford runs for Clemson

Wren to crown queen
Wren CC teams compete in Electric City

Middle School programs highlight Board meeting
Powdersville land purchase raises questions

Mother sentenced to 20 years

SAT scores show improvement
District sees record enrollment

District One Ranks Third in State on ACT

District One readies for new school year

Rep. White named to Ways and Means

Cooper elected chairman of Ways and Means Committee
Salkehatchie volunteers working on local homes
Waffle House robbed

Basketball camps set for Wren area

Wren community to offer input on sidewalk 
Wrestling match results in shooting

Darby, Ford to compete in State Meet

District One Board approves 18 new teachers
Budget includes additional teachers, classroom supplies
Hunt Meadows raises $5,000 for historic project - Woodrow Wilson’s boyhood home

Wren graduate among members -  Clemson’s ‘Pershing Rifles’ place first in National Competition
Spearman Elementary Spring Fling is Friday

Piedmont Relief Center to hold open house
Deputies investigate Hardee’s robbery
Greenville County Council approves Acadia community

Minor league baseball may be coming to Powdersville
Budweiser distribution center to open later this year
Honda Specialties Auto Service & Repair opens In Powdersville


District One schools receive “Excellent” grades
School District One in good financial shape auditor says

New voting machines to be displayed locally

Thieves strike area homes

First Wren coaches and captains

Authorities recover stolen vehicles

District One among top five on PACT test
Concrete Primary welcomes guidance counselor to staff

District One addresses state, federal mandates
District One SAT average above state, below national

Dist. One seniors No. 3 in state on ACT
Outreach activities planned for Labor Day

District One’s Fowler committed to education
District One enrollment increases by 200 students
Wren students offered sports pass
Reserved tickets available for Wren football
Board members updated on construction projects

Upstate team advances
Miss South Carolina pageant begins July 6

Salkehatchie volunteers spruce up local homes
King to run for state house seat
Hot air balloons, entertainment starts Friday at Freedom Weekend Aloft 
Area church supports “Hands for Soldiers”Service station robbed

Register now to vote in June primary
Sheriff's deputies investigate incidents
Concrete’s Jane Harrison to head new district position
Kelly to compete in Bench America

Powdersville bank robbed
Powdersville, Wren residents raise tough issues for county
Bonds awarded for additions; Board approves principals







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